After a disappointing start of the season, it looks that the Cleveland Cavaliers have finally bounced back. They had a 13-game winning streak, and considering how easy their upcoming games are, might start another win streak and get to the top of the conference. Their last win came against one of the most talented teams in the East, the Philadelphia 76ers, but there is still much work left to be done.

Despite their ongoing win streak, the Cavaliers are 19-8, which is far from impressive. While they have managed to climb to the second spot in the conference and the fourth spot in the entire NBA, they simply don't look as powerful as they should be.

Considering they are in a win-now mode, the Cavaliers could trade a superstar if they start losing more games.

Superstar trade for Cleveland

If the Cavaliers start to struggle again and lose too many games, they might let Kevin Love go. Love was acquired by the Cavaliers in a three-team trade in 2014 and he has been a big part of the team ever since. Cleveland signed him to a five-year contract in 2015, but his time with the Cavaliers might soon come to an end.

An anonymous NBA executive recently talked to Howard Beck of Bleacher Report and he said that the Cavaliers' best option is to trade Kevin Love if they keep losing. The executive also said the team could trade the Brooklyn Nets' first-round pick for another player.

"I think the pressure gets pretty high," said a rival team executive. "If it's not working, they should either move the [Nets] pick or Love or LeBron. Those should all be on the table." Love is averaging 18.4 points and 10.3 rebounds per game this season, but his inability to play the center position might be the reason why the Cavaliers trade him.

Will the struggles continue?

After winning 13 straight games, it seems that the Cavaliers' struggles are over. However, with all the injuries they are dealing with, it won't be easy to stay consistently good, and that is what could be the biggest issue for them this season.

Tristan Thompson, Iman Shumpert, and Isaiah Thomas are all expected to return in the following weeks.

While this is certainly a good news for the Cavaliers, it will take them a while to figure out the best lineup and to conquer the top of the East. However, if they can stay healthy next year, there is no doubt they can become a dominant force once again and be a favorite to win it all. Winning another championship will be a tough task, but the Cavs can certainly do it.